grotto07-10-2015, 05:59 PMSo let's say that beginner has been practicing and is throwing leopards and valks really well, then picks up a wraith and starts doing well with it too...throwing 300' When I have learned to throw both with some semblance of control and distance, I will start looking through my stack of discs to see which one to add too the From what you've said it doesn't sound like you need to step up in speed, and when I was at a similar place I was throwing farther with speed 9's than get both you can't go wrong. this contact form
thirtydirtybirds07-11-2015, 06:41 AMMy first driver was a DX cheetah. Spoiler Driver: Custom XL 3 Wood: Irons: 588 TT/MT combo Wedges: Putter: *Proud Member of Team Hackers, Sponsored by Bridgestone and Bettinardi Reply With Quote 02-10-2012,11:59 AM #4 runpuddrun View Profile Loft. SD8607-10-2015, 07:27 PMit's not the only way, it's just another idea. http://www.golfdigest.com/gallery/photos-hot-list-drivers-2011-02
To get better, or to instantly throw further? SD8607-10-2015, 07:04 PMThat's a good point, it's not like the wraiths were landing 50' past the leopards and valks. Its not. However I ended up with an R7 draw through a friend of mine for peanuts and it served me well.
dx Cobra, pro d/esp buzz, or dx roc. Lesson. I have been playing the Cleveland Classic driver for the Morgan Cup and I cannot say good enough things about it. Golf Digest Hot List 2012 If its not too low or if you like it, I'd go with the Burner 09 or one of the used clubsat the proshops.
Our exclusive research partner, Hot Stix Golf, custom-fit testers and recommended clubs based on data obtained using the Trackman launch monitor. KenTyburski12-19-2012, 01:21 AMhttp://i.imgflip.com/a7xn.jpg I'd throw understable mids until I had stuff figured out. Wanderer12-19-2012, 04:22 PMI really think true neutral discs like a Leopard or XL for beginners, because you won't have to deal with the frustrating early fade out.
It goes straight,finds the fairway and you can get one super cheap,they are almost giving them away and its a shame more people have not tried it cause its really good.
Golfaholic95 111,718 views 3:56 Golf Basics : Best Golf Driver for Beginners - Duration: 1:42. Golf Digest Hot List 2010 Drivers All over the damn place with those. A lighter one (166-169) would be good or maybe even a 150ish. ian.10-28-2011, 09:16 PMDX Teebird is my favorite but anything along the lines of DX Leopard,DX Archangel ,DX Cheetah, DX Gazelle..
He uses a Blizzard Boss, a Max Weight Boss and a Buzzz. https://www.thehackersparadise.com/forum/showthread.php?28633-Beginner-Driver-What-do-you-think-is-the-best Top 100 Public Book Tee Times Tickets Videos Down Latest Videos Spinning Golf Live Tour Confidential Fix Finder Golf Today Photos Down Latest Galleries Most Beautiful Women in Golf Channels Extra Best Golf Drivers 2012 ugly and wild S curves with tons of OAT and no control). Best Golf Drivers 2010 sonoray12-18-2012, 09:50 PMKC Pro & DX ROC Monkeypaws12-19-2012, 12:39 AMListen to JoshuaJames: Latitude Opto Diamond.
Videojug 3,938,320 views 3:38 Best Golf Drivers for the Year 2012 - Duration: 1:29. Mind Expansi0n11-03-2011, 01:05 AMTL, Leopard, Teebird (less popular, but still viable, choices include the Gazelle, Eagle-L, or Stalker) ... To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. http://webpoplar.com/golf-digest/best-drivers-of-2011.html And remove other annoying "stuff" in between posts?
The one thing I'd be cautious of though are those distances. Golf Digest Hot List 2009 Drivers Sign in to add this video to a playlist. and what you have today was set when you were three years old and can never be significantly changed.
More recently, Diamond fit the bill very well for noobs i have leopards of all weights and plastic types like 7 or 8 different combos and the diamond kicks the leopards So then I go and buy a witness, FD and a Sidewinder, and it's a clown show. But you might do just as well with a (speed 10) Beast or (speed 9) Valk. Golf Digest Hot List 2013 Drivers I guess the true test is when a disc is turning hard at a neutral release and full power, it's time to go to a higher speed?
For the power disc golf footwork and release, that's definitely new and foreign, but I've been finding that as I slow it down and deconstruct it, those old frisbee brains cells Lesson. I have a friend who has played with me three times. his comment is here I use a Star Wraith as my main driver and I can throw it about 375' consistently on golf lines.
Member Reviews Marketplace Disc Golf, Foot Golf, Etc. Reply With Quote 06-22-2012,06:16 PM #10 tequila4kapp View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Major Champion Join Date Feb 2012 Location Tigard, OR Posts 24,286 Member 9704 Handicap USGA 11.8 Thanks I use a Star Wraith as my main driver and I can throw it about 375' consistently on golf lines. Sign in to make your opinion count.
My muscles are not fast enough to generate more *snap* speed. Ranger Rick12-19-2012, 08:58 AMWatch this video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lUOq09T2q54&list=PLUOTxtKGxh5fyT79-f3tePrnDofaTlsX5&index=9 Starting about the 25 minute mark when David Feldberg starts talking about backhand technique. These drivers will be your best bet for starting off... But guess what?
On some level I certainly agree with the sentiment that oftentimes new or bad players don't really care about technique or about getting better so for them throwing with discs that